In computability theory, a machine that always halts — also called a decider (Sipser, 1996) — is any abstract machine or model of computation that, contrary to the most general Turing machines, is guaranteed to halt for any particular description and input (see halting problem).
'decider' is a funny word
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Is the attached file “normal” for what you expect to see in the \listserv\main folder?The attachment contains a list of around 4,000 files. My…
Hey, a public post! I figured I'd post this here, so if someone else runs into some of the same problems I did they would be able to google it and…